JOHNNY Matthews believes the stiff competition for the No 2 jersey at Glasgow is beneficial to himself and to the whole squad – even though it may restrict his playing opportunities:1639076029129,.The beach was 50 metres away from Lake Shore Boulevard?
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“I think we push each other on quite a bit,” Matthews said. “If you look at the performances from the hookers as a whole this season, we’ve been consistently pretty good across the board, so I think the healthy competition has been beneficial for the team. I think we’re all pretty supportive of each other, and when one of us gets the opportunity and takes it, the others are pretty happy for themThe result is a lot of questions about wher.”